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Hall of Fame Web Resources
Agricultural Hall of Fame
To honor individuals who have made outstanding national or international contributions to the establishment, development, advancement, or improvement of agriculture. The Agricultural Hall of Fame became a reality when it was issued a federal charter by an act of the 86th Congress and signed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower on August 31, 1960.
(URL: aghalloffame.com/)
The Automotive Hall of Fame
This is the single greatest honor in the motor vehicle industry, intended to honor a career and/or lifetime achievement. To become a member the nominee must be either retired or deceased and must have significantly impacted the development of the automobile or the motor vehicle industry.
(URL: www.automotivehalloffame.org/index.php)
Canadian Science and Engineering Hall of Fame
A central part of the Innovation Canada exhibition at the Canada Science and Technology Museum. Here, we honour individuals whose outstanding scientific or technological achievements have had long term implications for Canadians.
(URL: www.sciencetech.technomuses.ca/english/about/hallfame/u_main_e.cfm)
Computer Hall of Fame - San Diego Computer Museum
The Hall of Fame Committee selects new members to the Hall of Fame from a final slate selected by the membership of the San Diego Computer Museum. Museum members vote from a list of nominees submitted by themselves, industry leaders and the general public.
(URL: www.computerhalloffame.org/inductees/2004/)
Consumer Electronics Association Hall of Fame
The Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame inductees have made a significant contribution to the world, and without these inductees, our lives would not be the same. We owe these leaders our gratitude for laying the foundation for the marvels yet to come in this century full of opportunity and providing us with inspiration.
(URL: www.ce.org/Events/Awards/348.asp)
European Automotive Hall of Fame
Provided to the public by Automotive News newspaper.
(URL: www.autonews.com/files/euroauto/index.html)
Hall of Fame for Engineering, Sciences, and Technology
To recognize individuals and the organizations to which they belong, for their contributions in the fields of engineering, sciences, and technology.Presented by the International Technology Institute.
(URL: www.hofest.org/)
Hall of Fame Magazine
This the first and only magazine and website to focus on all Hall of Fame categories including; sports, music, television & film, women, business, ethnic, and general categories. It will provide information about international, national, regional, state, province, college and high school Halls of Fame.
(URL: www.hofmag.com/)
International Aerospace Hall of Fame
Presented by the Aeronautics Learning Laboratory for Science Technology and Research (ALLSTAR).  The ALLSTAR network project is partially funded by NASA and operated by Florida International University. In addition to the listing of aviation pioneers you will find information on aviation history, science and careers.
(URL: www.allstar.fiu.edu/aero/iahf.htm)
The Kids Hall of Fame
Spotlight The Famous and The Soon-To-Be Famous Kids throughout the world by age level (up to age 19). Archive Their Accomplishments  Provide Positive Peer Role Models For All Kids
(URL: www.thekidshalloffame.com/)
Machine Tool Hall of Fame
The American Precision Museum is the home of the Machine Tool Hall of Fame, which honors those who have made significant contributions to precision manufacturing. It is an incredible collection of biographies of the leading figures in the machine tool industry.
(URL: www.americanprecision.org/HallofFame.html)
The Motorcycle Hall of Fame
The Motorcycle Hall of Fame recognizes those who have made significant contributions to all aspects of motorcycling, including those who have excelled in motorcycle business, history, design and engineering, in addition to those known for their contributions to road riding, off-road riding and all categories of motorcycle racing.
(URL: home.ama-cycle.org/forms/museum/hof/halloffame.asp)
My Hero
This is a not for profit educational web project that celebrates the best of humanity. Our mission is to enlighten and inspire people of all ages with an ever-growing internet archive of hero stories from around the world.
(URL: www.myhero.com/myhero/)
National Aviation Hall of Fame
The National Aviation Hall of Fame (NAHF) is dedicated to honoring America's aviation pioneers, those individuals who have made significant contributions to America's rich legacy of air and space accomplishments through individual acts of great vision, technical innovation, skill and courage.
(URL: nationalaviation.blade6.donet.com/)

The National Inventors Hall of Fame
The National Inventors Hall of Fame, is a not-for-profit organization that aims to recognize inventors everywhere, to promote creativity and to advance the spirit of innovation.
(URL:
www.invent.org/hall_of_fame/1_1_search.asp)

National Marine Manufacturers AssociationHall of Fame
History continues to verify that the innovative individuals who pursue perfection are often the ones who rise to the zenith of their chosen profession. Awarded every year by the National Marine Manufacturers Association beginning in 1988.
(URL: www.nmma.org/awards/?Past=1&Awarded=3)
The National Radio Hall of Fame
Their mission is to recognizes and showcases contemporary talent from today's diverse programming formats, as well as the pioneers who shaped the medium during its infancy.
(URL: www.radiohof.org/)
The National Toy Hall of Fame
Discover the fascinating stories behind some of America's most celebrated toys> The National Toy Hall of Fame is locate dat teh Strong Museum..
(URL: www.strongmuseum.org/NTHoF/NTHoF.html)
National Women's Hall of Fame
The Hall is a shrine to some of the greatest women in the history of this country and a tribute that grows annually with each induction ceremony as we learn to appreciate more about the wonderful contributions that women make to our civilization
(URL: www.greatwomen.org/home.php)
The Robot Hall of Fame
RHF was created by Carnegie Mellon University in April 2003 to call attention to the increasing contributions from robots to human society. Each year, Carnegie Mellon University assembles a jury of scholars, researchers, writers, designers, and entrepreneurs to select real and fictional robots for recognition and induction into the Robot Hall of Fame.
(URL: www.robothalloffame.org/)
U.S. Business Hall of Fame
The U.S. Business Hall of Fame recognizes the outstanding achievement of those who have helped mold our free enterprise system, and who continue to reshape and improve the manner in which businesses operate. Sponsored by Junior Achievement since 1975.
(URL: www.ja.org/hof/index.shtml)
Women in Technology International Hall of Fame
The WITI Hall of Fame was established in 1996 by WITI to recognize, honor, and promote the outstanding contribution women make to the scientific and technological communities that improve and evolve our society.
(URL: www.witi.org/center/witimuseum/halloffame/index.shtml) 

 

 

  
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